Meet MadeleineMadeleine Ogilvie BA LLB GCM MP
Madeleine Ogilvie MP is your local Independent Member for Clark in the Tasmanian Parliament.
Madeleine was first elected to the Tasmanian Parliament in 2014. During her more than 25 years as a lawyer, Madeleine has held a number of positions including with major Australian companies and international organisations. Madeleine has held shadow portfolios, including Aboriginal Affairs, Digital Economy, Local Government and Planning, and as an independent member of the House of Assembly in Tasmania, she works hard to stay across all current legislation.
Madeleine is focused on jobs, health, education and the environment. With a Law Degree from UTas, an Arts Degree from Melbourne University and a Graduate Certificate of Management from AGSM, there are many ways in which she can help people. As an Independent MP Madeleine is in a good position to negotiate real outcomes for people.
Madeleine grew up in New Town, attending Roseneath Primary School in Claremont, The Friends School in North Hobart and Hobart College at Mount Nelson.
Madeleine believes there is a lot to do to rebuild Tasmania and to secure our future. Madeleine is committed to ensuring a fair go for all, with strong community consultation, so that everyone has an opportunity to be heard on the things that matter.
Madeleine understands the importance of the electorate of Clark and is determined to represent the interests of Clark constituents to both State and Federal government. Madeleine is known for her advocacy for refugees, our multicultural community and for those who need a fair go. Madeleine champions the cause of everyday people and provides a strong voice for the people of Clark. With a legal and business background Madeleine is able to assist with a range of issues. Madeleine lives in Clark with her husband Liam, three children and dog Winsome.
Please do not hesitate to contact Madeleine for assistance.